Children dressed as deities and characters from popular culture are held above the crowd on pedestals before a parade at the Cheung Chau Bun Festival in Hong Kong; newly ordained priests lie on the floor as Pope Francis leads a mass in St Peter's Basilica at the Vatican in Rome, Italy; and other pictures from around the world in Today in Pictures.
In a country as diverse as India, there are plenty of beautiful hidden corners, rolling hills and warm beaches to camp at. A true traveller will vouch for that. Anyone's first instinct is to discover the hills or the beaches. But the Great Rann of Kutch is a gem sitting in plain sight and it is a place we highly recommend to anyone looking to plan their next travel. The white sands, the simple life and breathtaking sunsets will leave you in awe.
Cyclone Fani made landfall in eastern India on May 3 before moving towards Bangladesh, killing at least 33 and leaving hundreds of thousands homeless in its wake.
A large passenger jet sits silent and still on the edge of a sun-beaten track. It won't fly again -- its engines have been stripped down, its wings wrecked and weathered by time.
Chinese photographer Jianhui Liao has been named as the overall winner of the Food Photographer of the Year 2019 contest.
This is your five second warning: if you haven’t seen the latest Game of Thrones episode, go and watch it before you carry on reading. I’m not being responsible for ruining the series for you.
Have you ever seen something and tilted your head just because you've never seen anything so crappy before? There are some creations that seem like an assault to the senses, and make you wonder what these people were thinking. But after you're done cringing, the only thing left to do is laugh off the bad designs that make no sense whatsoever.
Various studies have documented the adverse effect of excessive salt consumption in the well-being of your heart, and heart failure patients are no exception.
The risk of suicide among individuals with PTSD is much higher than the general population, but identifying those individuals at greatest risk has been difficult.
To help you get started and boost the confidence you need to embrace your new role, we’ve listed here a few parenting tips that can keep your newborn healthy, cool and comfortable during summer.
Dutch designer Daan Roosegaarde has long explored sustainability issues through eye-catching installations that fuse science, art and design. From smog-eating towers and energy-generating kites to light-emitting bicycle paths, they have all captivated while also suggesting new possibilities for a more environmentally sound future. But "Waterlicht" may be his most breathtaking project to date.
In 2013, the British photographer Jimmy Nelson published his first monograph, a 400-page photo book titled "Before They Pass Away." His subjects were shot in some of the world's most remote wildernesses, showing us, in monumental fashion, the lives and cultures of some of the world's most isolated and ancient indigenous communities.
Under the Arabian sun, a monumental construction effort is making headway. Located deep within Dubai's desert interior, the Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park -- named after the emirate's ruler and the UAE's vice president and prime minister -- continues to grow and has just passed another milestone.